Gun rights in Idaho require many of the same stipulations as many other states and also adhere to federal gun guidelines. For example, individuals must have a permit to carry a concealed weapon, but only when they are within city lines.
Idaho gun rights do not require a waiting period for purchasing a firearm. However, individuals must adhere to Federal gun permit laws. Once an individual has obtained their gun permit, they may purchase guns immediately and are not required to wait for a purchase at any point after they have passed the federal background check and obtained a permit.
Idaho gun rights include the right to purchase and carry rifles and shotguns without a permit. In fact, those guns are not required to be registered in the state of Idaho.